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No Boundaries: High School Travel and Study Abroad Fair

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POST EVENT RECAP: Did you miss No Boundaries but still want to get all the details on traveling abroad?  Check out our post-event recap here with links to programs and resources for studying abroad.

 

Need to get away?  Come learn how you can see the world and break out of your comfort zone without breaking the bank.  Whether you want to go abroad for a year, a summer, or just a spring break, there is a program for you.

Get information about free student travel opportunities to over 30 countries through the U.S. State Department, and learn how young diverse adventurers are shattering stereotypes of travel, one passport stamp at a time. 

Headline speaker Evita Robinson, founder of Nomadness Travel Tribe, will share her journey from broke college student to world traveler. Nomadness is a diverse social community of 10,000+ travelers and expats who show the world that travel has no ethnic, religious, or economic limitations.

Evita Robinson

Alumni and program representatives will be on hand to share about exchanges including:

The No Boundaries resource fair will also feature tips and tools for first-time travelers, financially-challenged families, students with disabilities, and anyone looking for advice on how to make their travel dreams a reality.

Located in PCC Cascade's Moriarty Auditorium (MAHB 104, entrance on corner of N Albina & Killingsworth). Parking available in PCC parking lots ($1 per hour).

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Wheelchair accessible.  Please contact Andrew Neal at (503) 306-5216 or andrewatworldoregon [dot] org for additional disability-related accomodations.



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